Random Friday: Starring The Space Shuttle in NYC, Bath Salts and More
|June 8, 2012||Posted by billyrob under pop culture||
If this were 1974:
“The Space Shuttle has been in NYC for 24 hours
and it’s already covered in graffiti.”
Everyone has seen this thing to the right,
but did you know it is called a “captcha?”
It’s supposed to prove a human is involved in the process,
but a lot of times a gold fish has the same chance of getting it right.
Why do they waste our time and make some of them impossible to decipher?
The second-highest speed limit in the world,
85 mph, may be coming to a highway in Texas.
A theory on why:
To give all felons a fair running start
before they catch and execute them.
The Unluckiest Guy of the Week:
Junior Alexander Guy, who was given George Zimmerman’s
old phone number by T-Mobile and immediately started getting
angry phone calls and death threats.
He also received $100,000 in donations.
The new designer drug is “bath salts.”
To think, this whole time I could have been
getting high while taking a bath.
The local TV news weather segment takes about two minutes.
It should take 20 seconds.
No one cares that the wind is blowing northwest at 5ph…
except for those with windmills.